Incorporate Favorite Things Into The Activites To Make Them Appear More Interesting
At this age the most important fun for your child is play, and he always loves to choose you as his favorite partner for play. The right kind of play isn’t just fun, it’s also interesting, educational and a bonding experience for you both. Now it is the appropriate time and age for your child to do crafts.
Try to give time to your child while doing crafts. By doing this you may have a lot to explain to your child, but explain one at a time. Have patience; help your child dribble some paint onto the paper. Use several colors and let the colors touch. A small rubber ball is good for hours of fun. Show your child how to kick, throw and chase the ball. Activities like these are super fun for your child and will also help develop his motor skills. It is obvious that your child will have more fun while tearing papers, don’t stop your child, and instead explain him the other way around by making a collage of toned papers. It will help your child hone his eye hand coordination as well.